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BLT Direct examine the decision by the European Commission to hold a vote on whether to delay the halogen light bulb ban.Read More »
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Incandescent lamps are standard domestic light bulbs including GLS, candle, golfball and many others. Halogen lamps are high intensity, optimised lamps giving better efficiency than standard light bulbs. Energy saving lamps are direct replacements …Read More »
As Hazardous Waste Products which contain dangerous chemicals including Mercury and Lead, used Low Energy Light Bulbs and batteries must be disposed of in a safe and appropriate manner. Energy Saving Light Bulbs cannot be placed in Glass Recycling Ba…Read More »
It is a good idea to try not to touch the Glass on Halogen Light Bulbs, even when changing the bulb. This is because when you touch a Halogen Light Bulb, you leave behind a residue on the Light Bulb which can in time cause the bulb to heat up unevenl…Read More »
A halogen lamp, sometimes called quartz or tungsten halogen, is a type of incandescent light source that uses a gas from the halogen element group to give a higher output and longer life span. Some common types of halogen light bulbs include GU10 Lamps and MR16 Light Bulbs.
R7s and RX7s are two types of double ended lamp base. The R7s base is commonly found on Halogen Linear Light Bulbs whereas the RX7s is normally found on Metal Halide Lamps.